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David Duncan

(1839—1923)


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Horatio's Drive: America's First Road Trip. Directed by Ken Burns. Produced by Dayton Duncan and Ken Burns. Written by Dayton Duncan. Narrated by Keith David. 2003; black and white and color; 107 minutes Distributed by Florentine Films

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(1839–1923)

David Duncan was born in Aberdeen on 5 November 1839 and died on 18 May 1923. He was educated at Aberdeen Grammar School and the university of that city ...

Subjects: Philosophy.


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